[x86, sparc] Oracle Solaris 11.4.19.3.0

[x86, sparc] Oracle Solaris 11.4.19.3.0
Year of Release: 2020
Version: 11.4 Build 19.3.0
Developer: Oracle
developer Website: https://support.oracle.com/epmos/faces/DocContentDisplay?_afrLoop=251182961174407&id=2433412.1
Architecture: x86, sparc
Tablet: not required
interface Language: English
Description: Oracle Solaris 11.4
11.4 the Oracle Solaris Support Repository Update (SRU) this is a patch for Solaris 11.4. A monthly publication, the big update + there are extra minor fixes. The repository contains the updated packages for x86-64.
SRU update is cumulative, i.e., it is sufficient to install the latest.
Extras. information Ingredients:
ORACLE SOLARIS IPS REPOSITORY:
– p30871848_1100_SOLARIS64_1of6.zip
– p30871848_1100_SOLARIS64_2of6.zip
– p30871848_1100_SOLARIS64_3of6.zip
– p30871848_1100_SOLARIS64_4of6.zip
– p30871848_1100_SOLARIS64_5of6.zip
– p30871848_1100_SOLARIS64_6of6.zip
ORACLE SOLARIS IPS REPOSITORY INSTALLATION GUIDE (SPARC):
– p30871849_1100_SOLARIS64.zip
ORACLE SOLARIS AUTOMATED INSTALLER BOOT IMAGE ISO (SPARC)
– p30871856_1100_SOLARIS64.zip
ORACLE SOLARIS AUTOMATED INSTALLER BOOT IMAGE ISO (X86)
– p30871862_1100_Solaris86-64.zip
ORACLE SOLARIS INTERACTIVE TEXT INSTALL ISO (SPARC):
– p30871865_1100_SOLARIS64.zip
ORACLE SOLARIS INTERACTIVE TEXT INSTALL ISO (X86):
– p30871866_1100_Solaris86-64.zip
Oracle Solaris IPS Repository Ignore Dependency File (SPARC):
– p30871884_1100_SOLARIS64.zip
This dependency file is intended to be used with pkgrepo(1) and the verify-i option. This will suppress the expected dependency errors.
How to upgrade:hidden textHow to Update Your Local Repository
Download the SRU”s IPS Repository Installation Guide and IPS Repository patches from MOS.
Perform the following steps to update your local system with the contents of the SRU zip file:
1.Become an administrator.
For more information, see How to Use Your Assigned Administrative Rights in Securing Users and Processes in Oracle Solaris 11.4.
2.Run the install-repo.ksh script that is included in the IPS Repository Installation Guide patch to update your existing repository.
$ install-repo.ksh -d full_path_to_existing_s11_4_repo
For example:
$ install-repo.ksh -c -v-d /export/support-repo
3.If the repository is managed by pkgserv, restart the appropriate service.
$ svcadm restart svc:/application/pkg/server:your_repo_instance
4.If an existing repository is not set, add the repository to the system.
$ pkg set-publisher -g file:///full_path_to_existing_s11_4_repo solaris
5.Update the packages.
$ pkg update
For more information about using the install-repo.ksh script, see the README-zipped-repo.txt file.Hints from GhornDhidden textSome rake when upgrading, he was, but that others would not stumble.
1. If I get an error “reason: No version matching ‘incorporate’ dependency…”
give the command for the package.
“# pkg change-facet facet.version-lock.consolidation=false/packagename”
2. If swears on “incorporation” ( this sets the software in the Package Manager)
then open “Rocade Manager” section on “incorporation” in this section a whole set of programs. Each first updated to the version of the installed SRU. In the description of the package “version” select the version of the SRU is connected.
3. if swears on the certificate “Chain was rooted in an untrusted self-signed certificate. The package involved is ….”
I solved so:
# cp /var/pkg/publisher/solaris/certs/370b6b4fba7b0ad472465ffe9377f8f6040b2cfd /etc/certs/CA/temp-solaris-object-signing.pem
# svcadm restart system/ca-certificates
All three problems correct in a disabled repo “http://pkg.oracle.com/solaris/release/” only from SRU.
Then plug-in repo http://pkg.oracle.com/solaris/release/ and again # pkg update –accept. Have to go upgrade.
Upgrade to 11.4 weighs in at approximately 1.6 Gb, and depending on the channel swings and is about an hour. Before rebooting, you will be asked to enter a name for the new BE. I recommend before the “# pkg update –accept” handles create BE with a sane name, that is the last BE on 11.3.
And the same mistake.
Install the nVidia driver from 10хх and higher 11.3 or if you are upgrading from 11.3 to 11.4 because neither 11.3 nor when upgrading 11.3 to 11.4 these graphics cards do not work. In 11.3 there are no drivers and use VESA, and if you are upgrading from 11.3 to 11.4, VESA and still is.
On the separate disk put the stock 11.4. The graphics card should work “out of box”. Run nvidia-xconfig.
In /etc/X11 see the resulting xorg.conf stored on a flash drive (the flash drive is FAT32).
11.3, rolls latest SRU. Updated system to 11.4.
do Not forget at the end to clearly name the new BE. Amount to BE 11.3 and 11.4.
After reboot, 11.4, if a black screen, we turn off the system via the power button (just press, not kill, the system will turn off.).
Included, will ship GRUB, we need BE illuminated, that is, 11.4 on it and press “e”.
At the line where “$multiboot”, at the end add -s.
Mount flash drive with xorg.conf received with a fresh 11.4. (mount-F pcfs /dev/dsk/cXtXdXpX:c /mnt). What cXtXdXpX prompt “rmformat”.
Copy the xorg.conf in /usr/lib/X11 and rename to xorg.conf.vesa. For example mv /mnt/xorg.conf /etc/lib/X11/xorg.conf.vesa.
Reboot.
In 11.3, in the working system, simply copy rename to xorg.conf.vesa “correct” xorg.conf in /usr/lib/X11
Reboot
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